In the final days of April, two storms will bring with them a fair amount of unfavorable weather.
Heavy rain, gusty winds and severe thunderstorms will impact the southeastern United States through the end of the week.
By the end of the week, warmth will not only spread from the Midwest to the Northeast, but daily record highs will also be beaten.
Surging temperatures, combined with a surplus of snow from over the winter, will cause the spring flood season to ramp up
Next week, an approaching tropical or subtropical system may hit the southern United States.
Risk of strong thunderstorms will move to places east of the Appalachians after two days of severe weather and deadly tornadoes.
Many of the same areas in the central United States that were hit by violent thunderstorms on Friday will face a similar threat
The East will not be spared from the effects of the same storm that is expected to bring a significant outbreak of severe weather.
AccuWeather meteorologists have already begun to sound the alarm to alert people about a major outbreak of severe weather